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What can a billion years of coexistence tell us about plants and fungi evolution and their symbiotic interactions?

What can a billion years of coexistence tell us about plants and fungi evolution and their symbiotic interactions?

A team of fourteen researchers with complementary expertise in botany, mycology, paleontology and phylogenetic methods joined forces to infer the global phylogenies and dates of major evolutionary events for the two kingdoms – plants and fungi.

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Habilitation Dr. Marcus Lehnert

Habilitation Dr. Marcus Lehnert

We congratulate Dr. Marcus Lehnert for obtaining the Venia Legendi in botany from the faculty of mathematics and natural science at the University of Bonn.

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Biogeography and Evolution of the Atacama Desert Flora

Biogeography and Evolution of the Atacama Desert Flora

Our Atacama team has been awarded for the best poster at the XII Congreso Latinoamericano De Botanica in Quito (October 2018)

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Der Deutsche Wald – Seine Geschichte, seine Ökologie

Der Deutsche Wald – Seine Geschichte, seine Ökologie

Neuer Beitrag von Jens Mutke und Dietmar Quandt in der Zeitschrift des Deutschen Hochschulverbands

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Nees-Institut und Botanische Gärten beim Tag der offenen Tür in der Villa Hammerschmidt

Nees-Institut und Botanische Gärten beim Tag der offenen Tür in der Villa Hammerschmidt

Beim Tag der offenen Tür in der Villa Hammerschmidt, dem Bonner Amtssitz des Bundespräsidenten, präsentiert sich die Universität Bonn am Sonntag, 24. Juni 2018 von 11 bis 18 Uhr anlässlich ihres 200-jährigen Jubiläums gemeinsam mit der Stadt Bonn, Wissenschaftseinrichtungen und internationalen Akteuren der Öffentlichkeit.

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Wie ist es um die heimische Natur bestellt?

Wie ist es um die heimische Natur bestellt?

Das Biodiversitätsnetzwerk Bonn (BION) übergibt Endbericht „Natur der Region Bonn/Rhein-Sieg“

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Dr. Marcus Lehnert - LMU Munich

Dr. Marcus Lehnert - LMU Munich

The Nees-Institute congratulates Dr. Marcus Lehnert for his new position as Professor for Botany (basal land plants) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich (Vertretungsprofessur). Dr. Lehnert will start April 1st and substitutes our honored colleague Prof. Dr. Jochen Heinrichs. We wish him good luck and success at his new home institution!

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The Nees Institute and the Botanic Gardens at the Bonn Climate Change Conference (COP23 UNFCCC)

The Nees Institute and the Botanic Gardens at the Bonn Climate Change Conference (COP23 UNFCCC)

Meet us on Thursday, November 16, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, at the exhibition area in the 'Bonn Zone' of COP23.

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IbeBoL meets GBoL5

IbeBoL meets GBoL5

Based on the already existing strong collaboration between the Real Jardin Botanico Madrid (CSIC) and the Nees Institute - the Botanical Garden Bonn, University of Bonn, we are extremely happy that the Iberian Barcode of Life (IbeBoL) initiative joins forces with GBoL5 (German Barcode of Life: Barcoding the German Flora; GBoL5.de).

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Biodiversitäts-Hotspot in Flammen

Biodiversitäts-Hotspot in Flammen

Botaniker der Universität Bonn rufen zum Erhalt der letzten Bergregenwälder in den peruanischen West-Anden auf

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Magic world at the forest floor

The forest floor harbors a wonderful array of less showy plants, such as bryophytes and lichens. Their beauty, however, is most often only revealed at a closer look. To former members of the Nees Institute Frank Bungartz and Dorothee Killmann provide a short introduction in the frame of the scientific program Leonardo (WDR5). Tune in!

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Mechanistic model of evolutionary rate variation en route to a nonphotosynthetic lifestyle in plants

Mechanistic model of evolutionary rate variation en route to a nonphotosynthetic lifestyle in plants

Susann Wicke, Kai F. Müller, Claude W. de Pamphilis, Dietmar Quandt, Sidonie Bellot, and Gerald M. Schneeweiss

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A review of symbiotic fungal endophytes in lycophytes and ferns - a global phylogenetic and ecological perspective

A review of symbiotic fungal endophytes in lycophytes and ferns - a global phylogenetic and ecological perspective

The journal „Symbiosis“ recently published a review on the putative symbiotic fungal association found in lycophytres and ferns, compiled by Dr. Marcus Lehnert and colleagues, of the research group of Prof. Quandt.

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Two new publications from nees Institute

Two new publications from nees Institute

The journal of the International Association for Plant Taxonomy, Taxon, has recently published two important articles lead-authored by three researchers of the Nees-Institute, Prof. Dr. Maximilian Weigend, Dr. Federico Luebert and Dr. Juliana Chacón, together with colleagues from 20 research institutes in eight countries on four continents.

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Earth - Evolution at the dry limit

Earth - Evolution at the dry limit

Today the German Science Foundation granted 20 Collaborative Research Centers (CRC), including CRC 1211 “Earth – Evolution at the dry limit” lead by Prof. Dr. Tibor Dunai (University of Cologne). Being part of CRC 1211, the Nees institute and affiliated researchers acknowledge the funding of our project on the “Biogeographic history of plant communities”.

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